Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
25 Apr 1890

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25 Apr 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance stun la 3�jepubiican vol. Xxxiii. Defiance. Defiance county Ohio Friday. April 25, 1890. . Bronson s real Petate Exchange Defiance Ohio. Acro farm in Section so 370-for a Sale House and lot on Holgate Paulding county so acres j a a venue known As the Perkin s property under cultivation Good Frame House Ami i Price 3.000. 1u a property. Pilgrims letter. No. 19. Other buildings race taboo. 3�8�?for Sale 65 ft01-08 in Section 7, Noble township. Defiance county Good buildings. Price 91.700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center a it acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. O. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price 9750. 348�?for Sale. 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well a Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500, 362-for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Dela-w&ri�n8hlp-, if 80, 1 800n wil1 take 9800. B$$hnz0wi a a Quot Quot 0asl a c a Quot a a in North doll iwo Price ?1 to Lily in n Rani Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. John Tor Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county Loo a sos within two Miles of a urls 1 ii 6 i0 under cultivation. Soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Lite y House two stories 82x60 feet 20 acres in wheat Price too per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per act or amp Ash .thl8 a a rare bargain. A a Phi tfx a a 1 he to a property near la. It pc o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between and and 4th streets on crinoid a Good paying investment. Price Only co., Arn. Lot 14. East Defiance a $ 7 r00m9 for Ime o,?4f7�orv9?le�?T up acr�8 a Section 19, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good tiled and in Good shape. Man Ood Chance for the right 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry is rat 5 v�?~re8cleared Frame by a a a Story Frame House Well under trained w it open ditches free from stumps Small at one #7.200, Cash $2,400. Call 399-for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road Price 922 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for 9660, on easy payment in South Defiance. 407�?f#r Sale 40 acres in Sec. 19, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House aaa barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. I 1 <5�?Ta-r�ha"e a ho.8e and lot All at once 412�?for Sale. House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price 91600. A forsake. Lot85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price 9250. Bout the and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Of Carnago at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per Cen interest those Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on four pilgrims of on a Jour. Ney to it. Pisgah the Trail leads across the country to the Home of Squire Johnson. Business pleasure recreation. Four pilgrims the colonel doctor judge and the writer concluded to take a trip Down to it. Pisgah. It. Pisgah was not the name of the place but i will Call it by that name for the present we were going to visit Squire Johnson. Johnson was not the Squires other name but i agreed after conferring j with him that he should be known to the readers of the Republican and express by the name of Johnson. The object of the pilgrimage is soon stated. The colonel had some land he wanted to look after the doctor was trying to persuade one of the Johnson girls that he would make a Good husband the judge wanted to get away from business fora Day or two and Pilgrim wanted to satisfy himself whether the Cicero Post office was really kept in a cow shed cellar or Well. The Ara nothing had occurred to to Call up such matters and despite All efforts to choke him off the poor old foot sore Soldier babbled away. As he explained afterwards he Only wanted to divert Tho Squires mind and draw him away from a subject that evidently gave him pain. He was favourable to grave Yards in the Hill country. He ii and found the air in such places pure and free from malaria. He had been raised in the country but while a boy had not taken kindly to grave Yards. He had thought in climbing up to some meeting House in t he Hills that they were about As near heaven As he would Ever get he dido t know about that Bot had expressly stated in his will that Howes to to buried on a Southern slope and above Tho Timber line of possible in a healthy Hill grave Yard. If he did no to exactly reach the Promise land he wanted to slumber As near the Gates of the eternal City As possible. Happily the Young folks carried the old Man away at this juncture to learn a play called a chasing the Buffalo a some kind of a song dance. As the song of the cheerful mob in Tho Kitchen settled Down to a steady Roar the audience around the fire place gathered some further information regarding life in the Woods. Arthur. In Farmers areal hustling pop Tafous a a big 18 quote Luff a Jot of seed "ol�?~1 a a a a a a a it a a of he a Quot a a a a i or Cyl we do predicts that april frosty j,1 a pleasant and May cold a Jno. Varner purchased a Volt at mrs Jolt Palt a we 25> the hor80&Quot. Nice a he Quot Hono look All. Paper -a3lia.b.sthtei All colors the. Rui or a Quot Popeil and Jaa Morris sold a Fine Grey Mare to or 8. Brown sum paid $19. A Brown township be Toff rmfr11ln Lua got left strange that some people Are so a ail persuaded while others Are so firm in their ways. Hop. Mare of mrs. A publicans looted the Constable got <&c., it acc. Or. I i Scott drug store Cor. Clinton and third its. Washington township. The old Mads Young. It was the colonels proposition that we walk. A Twenty mile Jaunt was merely an appetizer. We know More about it now but pass that Point without comment. It was yet Early in april and the North wind had not surrendered its Holt on the country the buds still being closed As tight As clams. I he a a Trail As the judge called it led us Over Low Damp Meadows among shivering Trees by sluggish swollen Brooks and through Many dark and noise some swamps. When we protested the doctor insisted that we must stick to the land Marks or we would get lost. We stuck to them and when ten Miles out from the City were ready to extend the right hand of Fellowship to misery. We had discovered that the trip was not to be much of a love feast. The Day was dark and misty the mire deep Tough and tenacious. The wind voiced every moving Twig with Winters music while in the West according to the doctor were Many strange voices Kindred perhaps of those Little Dombey heard Down by Tho sea Shore. On the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. Y jul. G. Baker. Defiance. Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. Switzer Brothers cd co cd $ 3 cd we heard grouse drumming in Tho thick cts occasion a Rabbit drifted across our path and now and then a flock of Quail whirled up from the Meadows but there was not much tonic in that sort of thing for a the colonel grand gloomy Ponder Ous old Man weight 250, and author of our woe was badly blown but stuck to the Trail like a Mother in Law. He was buoyed up by Wrath. A vagrant Crow that dogged our course across the Fields at last attracted his attention. The Clouds wept As the Warrior demeaned the Crow family. He went Back to the Days of the Ark and denied to the Crow the credit of one Good deed and even advanced the theory that it was whip poor wills and not Ravens that carried rations to Elijah. It was dreadful. It is a solemn thin to be cast adrift in the country with a Man who is wilfully malicious in his Choice of words. Imagine our feelings then As we travelled along trying to comprehend the immensity of nature and the colonel pouring out a senseless tirade about crows. If it had been the county commissioners or City Council there would have been some sense in it i done to like the Crow but he is an old inhabitant and for that reason i have some respect for him. I have it the proof of course but have always believed that when the Hills were building the Advance guard of the Crow delegation was loafing around in the Woods waiting for some Man to put out a crop of Corn. Since the Early settlement of the country singing schools debating societies Wool pickings quilting Corn Huskings Apple cuttings spelling schools log Rollings Wood chopping Taffy Pullings Honse Rois Ings House warnings shooting matches big meetings and dances have added much to the pleasure of the people. These gatherings have been the safety valves that have lessened the danger of explosions among the children of the Woods the sunbeams so to speak that occasionally lighted up especially in a Lang syne a the darkness of a life of toil and hardships. Again they were pleasing diversions and afforded t to elders a time to meet and compare notes a time to extend Aid to each other a time for the Young people to consummate matrimonial plans. They gave to Community blessed periods in which to repair spiritual fences and Garner sufficient Grace to tide Over the summer a wintry season in the religious world the Squire was loth to say when the Mercury in Tho Christian thermometer too frequently reached the Zero Mark. Or. Brown Becq Nard a elixir of youth mar be an important discovery but everyone knows that or. Franklin Miles new set Are certainly hot has thousands afflicted with serious heart disease a new lease or Tole. Druggists who can observe its effects on Many customers everywhere a Pec very highly of it or. John wearer of Knightstown ind., says a i have Wold much of or. Miles new cure and have Good reports. I sold some to one of the leading mar and it did him College notes. A mrs. Parry Moon is on the sick list. I .mj88 11080 Gleason who has been teach of to a i Ait to. I is is amp a. Sherwood next Winter. Busy putting in Spring for Montana last at Ney a if a elicited subscriptions from the students to help secure mrs. Trego for �4 fc7r 8 at Gie opera House. Ten jisl008 i about Boba is a Good Aatonio stat officers collector. A about Twenty of the 1 t,h0 oo.e8t0i together a rim jucmt5�?T jih6ir Phi tos taken trucking 50nerv--e-wo-k w�?o8 relax Karl a a great Deal of Good. Sold and guaranteed by n. G. Woodward. Adams township. A Darden making is the order of the Day. Clifton was in these parts last be. A. Giffey. Many of these meetings allowed the country fiddler the greatest living autocrat while in his own realm to exercise Brief authority in the Ball room. The judge at this Point suggested that the inaugural Ball had evolved from the country dance. The doctor dissented but the Squire held that it might or might not to even so. He had never attended a National a shoe Down a but had been informed that in its appointments it far excelled any event of that age when David the Sweet Singer the Slayer of Goliad had danced before Baul. However he did not look upon that As evolution but rather As retrogression. In the Days of Puncheon floors Bear Oil greased brogans and Square dances the garbs of the female dancers were neither Cut too Short at one end or the other but evenly divided Over the wearer. The Squire was interrupted and completely knocked out by a Why a How can you talk that Way. A Hoadley is blowing for Henry Edward May is the proud father of a girl baby. List week a shrimp in in Napoleon a August Xebec moved his family to Hamler Hist week. A Marlon Barr of Napoleon was in these parts last sunday. A Fred Landau still lingers in the Shad Dow of the Valley. A Bert Harr drives a line team of Black mules four year old. A Henry bos Leinan is building another addition to his barn. Be. E. Root made Evansport lust week. Writing. A Farmer were crops last week. Of. H. Clark started week on Berean attended Ohnich last saturday evening. Us wu1 work and k walkers tile factory this season. George Woods will now go to logs of the roads will permit. A the supervisors improved the roads last week by using the scrapers. A Iago it. Warner starts on the Road this week with team and Wagon to gather eggs. A Homer Kyle and wife spent sunday with his parents or. C. Kyle. Of Sherwood a John Hinger harness of or. M i it he Broth Iiri Llew a it Quot a a j&Quot"1 a rat a Quot get Luis is sad Quot non l n regard her brother or. L w. Kyle of Sherwood j to school matters in the ignited states lec Turcut the College upon Rugby Oxford ills pictures of English of ankle group unless Illier at Ney last saturday. I preparations born and wife of Sherwood Cair Tho aum at to College together w11 a Rof a1 boy be in a _ if y we j no it ref face being As Clear and distinct Aalf it were a single picture. The Young h2le.tere 80 p110 1 with the work that t re of her 1arfunred j01 a Gre Uit Quot a the Throe of the lady teachers. I he notion at Lvi >18 of Lav n0onf and they to Quot eked or a sitting immediately a cobol because miss ice was going away that evening and could not join the taken at once. These hurried enabled them to secure Only number they might otherwise have a business trip to a Farmers in this locality Are nearly All through sowing Oats. A Henry Giffey purchased a cow of Clay Woodward last monday. A John Davison made a trip South of Defiance one Day last week. A Dell Newell will act As Boss on Lokeman tile Yard this Hammer. and wife made trip to David Gilson lost week. 1f.n?, Wolf a. Of Defiance via j Ted friends on the Ridge last week. A Jacob Metz never fails to make weekly trips towards William Davis a Charles Parker attended the funeral of his cousins near Napoleon last week. Affef Young ladies who visited school in District no. A last Friday came Home. A William Trainan returned from Germany last week where he has been spending the Winter. Last week. O0car Beecher of of work pm Quot a a the sugar Grove ice Eye factory will begin operation april 28th, with r w. Lewis As cheese maker. Wank a. Called to Joseph Bab Tiff in to h j e a a know of a child. I hero is Bat Little Hopes of its recovery. A John Arm Buster died very suddenly saturday night april 19th. Funeral on monday afternoon at the lutheran thu Rob. A the wheat Fields look rat her had. Oats have been sown in Many Fields in this Sec a it from the appearance of the wheat Fields now there wont be half a crop. �?ok0 Bay preached at the m. E. Church at Ney saturday evening and sunday morning. He has changed his the his a Jug. Be huh Onanad Bis appointment sunday evening Welch will be May Ith. To when baby was sick we gave her Custode whee Aile woe a child she cried for Custode Wimb she became mils she Clung to Castor in wham Aba had children she gave them Custode and Tom Brown. School life Wero vivid and pleasing most interesting to Tho students who through Tom Brown i school Days had naught a of the subject unfortunately the students first Learned of Tho Torturo in the morning but after class hours to a i 10 York with a will and Quito a Good sized audience greeted the doctor notwithstanding the Short notice. It is honed he May return at some time in the future a Bolde Weil is occasionally heard from. He is in Chicago much pleased with his position which he secured through the efforts of miss Ohman the Short hand teacher i Leroff left for Chicago Friday Ile went to work last monday morning has a Good position and sends Back go most favourable reports of his surroundings. Goth of these men Are bound to be successful. They have a Good business education have taken a course in Short hand and Are wel1 versed in German and English and Best of All Are possessed of employers. A Flinty to yours sly it is surprising that people will Nee Acorn. A of did part Puj when they can secure a valuable English one for the same Money. Or. Aoker a English pills Are a pot it Core for sick headache and All brer troubles. It mall 8w0et, easily taken and do not Gripe. Sold by n. G. Woodward. It was dark when we reached the end of of our journey. We met with a Hearty Welcome at the Johnson Home and the bounteous meal that was set before us was a gracious recompense for All the toils trials and tribulations of the Day. After supper we gathered in the sitting room. It was plainly furnished but comfortable. The clock that was a too High for the shelf a stood in one Corner and tolled the passing hours with a chime of Silver Bells. The fire place was deep wide and High. It was the work of an old master. The dog Irons were a Century old. When the old Squire had filled that mighty Throat with Wood and chips the night gales conspired to draw the flames from the Chimney top. Bless nails Iron Etc., paints Toyli a Date a Quot Pat variety. Tin Ware by the car Load. Spouting Oil filid and ranges. Everybody praises the jewel to Stock of general hardware a what further information elder Johnson might have volunteered of it had not been for this untimely interruption will never be known. It would be vain for me to attempt to follow All of the discussions of that evening. You May rest assured the visitors enjoyed themselves and of they acted like men just out of bondage there was some excuse for care rarely sits Down with guests around the open Hearth of an old time country Boma As the evening wore away the colonel anally at the request of the old Squire took up the family Bible to read a chapter. I trembled when he took the Book for i suspected what Tho out come would be. He selected the longest Pedigree in genesis. The sweat stood out like beads As he wrestled with the unfamiliar names. Well might he have asked a did never Yahoo tread that ground before Quot finally the agony was Over and the Squire sent up a powerful petition that More Light might fall upon the ignorant a we wonder How that Young Man Felt lifter he got left at at it. Carmel. For particulars ask miss x # us and cd m Barker will labor for Snyder Brea the ensuing season. They began work last monday. R in jvond0r r the democrats have pin feathered yet since election. We think it is Quito Early in the Spring for chickens to pin Feather. A a certain Young Man seemed to be puzzled about an item in Tho Republican and express. Seemed to think there was two species of canines. By this we know that he did no to forget himself. If he does no to know which class he belongs to we would advise him to consult a higher authority and thus find out to which he Belonis people who live in houses of Glass should Seldom throw stones. Done to speak of other s faults until you have none of your own. Scoop and Yee. Highest of All Iii Leavening power.�?17, s. Govt repeat aug. 17, 1889, a amp a saws absolutely pure Nebo new Post office established on Rani and roofing a specially. Keystone Block Clinton Street. Defiance Ohio. 40_ Switzer Brothers. Of genial we pledged the tribes of libations of mulled cider. Warmth that Johnson in a Xrefs a wife we 0 us is Pap qom. Ii is Well ,-fh e Marc ass is muzzled in her House every hand keep your no use grocers keep of cleanliness and neatness about a House Are necessary to Home h�mf0n�?T Man like comforts and if he can to find it at tha spam in e sew Heye for a go god housewives know half nth y Mcfev a use a lean and keeps Bright. Happiness always Dwelis m a comfy Tabie Home do cleanliness Comfort and happiness try Sapolio fan you will be surprised at your Success. Beware of imitations Melchior bros.�?T= and Short hand school. _ building Cor. Summit and Madison sts., Toledo o. My sad Busine cd Tuum devoted to the preparation of to ooh of to nil of act Lve by re. A finely illustrated thu Logus of in a a. W. Melchior Squire Johnson is a representative Man of the Buck skin Era. He travelled Down from new England sixty years ago. Thero is a Story extant that in his younger Days he frequented the race course was a hard Drinker a card player and one of the Best dancers and All around lighters in the country. But no matter about that. He is a Good Man now. Ile has great Faith in prayer and to evil minded persons who come in Contact with him he is a second edition of jobs comforters. If the Good of the cause demands heroic treatment he does not hesitate to chasten the unrighteous with his fist. However his goodness is attested by the poor people and the hard worked and half paid preachers who from time to time find it. Pisgah included in their Field of labor. After the colonel had fought the War Over and Laid All Samsonian tales on the top shelf Squire Johnson told is the Story of his pilgrimage into the Woods. He fought the old ugh s Over again he to a Long and solitary rides through the Woods to Mill he watched far Deer be shot his last Panther from a tree that used to stand just above the milk House he tracked wild bees through the Woods he again rocked the first born in the sugar trough Cradle before the fire place in the Cabin he listened again to the music of the old loom and tears welled up into his eyes As he pictured the movements of that Peerless woman his wife As she Drew from the spinning wheel the sweetest symphony labor Ever dedicated to the american Frontier. After we retired from the family of role the judge delivered a Bare footed oration on the Mission of the fool killer Tho Warrior crawled into bed without a Mur mar. By some strange Chance a tame Crow roasted on the porch close to the window is lh0 a Tonel b bed room. Something had disturbed him and a much disturbed Crow is a disagreeable neighbor. The colonel courted sleep while the Crow chanted ail the dismal anthems known to the a a night a Plu tonian three pilgrims slept the sleep of the just but the fourth who during the Day had heaped abuse upon the Crow family slumbered not even a Little Thlin a next morn of at three of clock i found t in colonel sitting up in bed smoking a Cigar and studying websters unabridged. My son said he a i will be an old and very decrepit Man when i get tripped up on biblical names again. Yes just then the Crow on the porch Begarif to wills per j r0tire l a a do a that Crow a was All i Hoard and i then concluded to leave the colonel alone in bus glory until next week. J Nebo is a Vul the Banks of Gordon creak one mile East of Hicksville township line and one mile North or Paulding county line in Mark township. This neighbourhood is thickly settled and the citizens Are All of a progressive character and As they Are Given to Reading and writing Felt Tho need of having a More convenient place to get their malls. By the Aid of Hon. M. M. Boot Man and some exertions on oar part a Post office was granted. We could Send you some items occasionally now if acceptable in Kuc. Send them right modern discoverers. What Bell and Edison Are to the Tele 1 hone and electricity says the Pittsburg a nth or. Franklin Miles the Well known specialist in nervous diseases is to the nor Vous system and nerve fluid. Among Hie numerous discoveries his restorative Nervine is undoubtedly one of the greatest. It is unsurpassed in nervousness dyspepsia headache epilepsy neuralgia backache melancholy sleeplessness change of life a to trial bottles of it May be had o n g Woodward druggist and also or. Miles new Book on a and startling facts for the afflicted. Every one should read this very interesting. Instructive and Fine la illustrated Book. 1011y i a 1 b b i at 6 per cent. Interest on life iitstji5-a.2>tce i All Loans closed up on. Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron. at Harley a lion store. New White goo it la new Good or a ascription to bargains new goods. Lowest prices newest styles. Carpets. Carpets. We have just carpet. In Jalna body Brussels. Tapestry velvets Eta. Lace curtains. A press i rimming Vandyke Points Etc., now opened. New Buo Hisiu new Bibbons. Pm c. H. M i. Chiou just at this interesting period the colonel took up the subject of graveyards. The judge groaned and the Squire replenished new rugs Mats Etc. All the new things la great bargains in Wash goods. Shallies Only 6 cents a Yard. I., i a a a a a is is a a a a la Stow. Harley a lion store

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